Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Date:
- Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Date Is September 11 Sunday
The festival of Lord Ganesha starts from Gaensh Chaturthi and ends with Ganesh Visarjan date is 11th of September 2011, Sunday. Ganesh Utsav the celebration of Ganesh Jayanti or Vinayak Chaturthi.
The Lalbaugcha Raja 2011 Visarjan Routes and Timing:
The VISARJAN procession of the Lalbaugcha Raja will start at 10:00 AM on 11th September 2011 from Lalbaug market. In order to make the arrangements for the VISARJAN procession, no devotee will be allowed to stand in the NAVAS line after 10pm of 9 September 2011. And similarly the MUKH DARSHAN line of the Lalbaugcha Raja will not be available after 00:00 hrs of 11 September 2011 The VISARJAN procession will take the traditional route i.e. Lalbaug, Bharat Mata theatre, Lalbaug, Sane Guruji Marg, Byculla Rly. station (w), Clare Road, Nagpada, Dunkan Road, Don Taki, Sant Sena Maharaj Marg (Kumbharwada), Suthar Gully, Madhav Baug, C.P. Tank, V.P. Road, Opera House, Girgaon Chowpati. (ref: lalbaugcharaja.in)
- Location: GD Ambedkar Road, Lalbaug (central Mumbai).
- Nearest Railway Station: Walking distance from Lower Parel, Curry Road, and Chinchpolki stations.
- Waiting Time: Can be 20 hours or more in the navas line. General line takes around five hours.
- When to Visit: It’s open around the clock. However, the busiest time is in the evening until midnight.
Located at Lalbaug market, Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the oldest sarvajanik (public) Ganesh festivals of Mumbai established in 1934.
During the pre-Independence era, the festival was used as a platform by the prominent leaders to generate opinion against the British empire.
All those devoties who visit LALBAUG cha RAJA every Ganesh Utsav or believe in him. Each idol is atleast 20-30ft high and this community will bring us closer to LALBAUG cha RAJA…
The Mandal was established prior to Independence along with being religious, as per the inspiration and teaches of Lokmanya Tilak. The aim of the mandal was to create awakening among the Indians to fight for freedom from the British Rule.
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